Your mug's handle is the enemy.
By Lauren Smith
Aug 23, 2016
If you never want to lean over your sink in a last-ditch effort to get that coffee stain out of your shirt again, listen up.
Studies on the potential health benefits of our favorite morning beverage just keep pouring in.
Amy CapettaJan 18, 2017
More happy news is brewing for coffee lovers — yet another study has found the beloved beverage might actually be good for you.
It's time to debunk a few misconceptions about the beloved stimulant.
Amy CapettaFeb 1, 2016
We owe caffeine an apology. After years of blaming our frequent bathroom breaks and racing heartbeats on caffeine, recent studies suggest we've been pointing fingers at the wrong suspect.
Science says that the health perks of coffee are real. So here's permission to let your coffee-loving flag fly.
By Cara Birnbaum
Apr 9, 2016
Every week, or so it seems, a new study finds that regular coffee sippers don't just potentially live longer but may also be sharper, happier, and more likely to enjoy their workouts.
Drink it in.
Megan FriedmanJun 15, 2016
The health benefits of coffee are spilling out from study after study after study recently.